Sports - DeKalb County

Daily Chronicle sports roundup for Thursday, January 26, 2023

Big 4th quarter propels Indian Creek girls past Hiawatha

A big fourth quarter and an equally big night from Isabella Turner led Indian Creek to a 44-38 win over Hiawatha in a Little Ten Conference basketball game Thursday night in Shabbona.

The Timberwolves outscored Hiawatha 17-8 in the final quarter to pull away. Turner scored 26 points and hauled in 14 rebounds in the victory for IC (6-11, 3-4 Little Ten).

Boys Wrestling

Kaneland 40, Marengo 30: At Marengo, Kamron Scholl, Alex Gochis, Caden Grabowski, Christian Duffing, Apollo Gochis, Vince Ariola, Nate Diaz, and JR Warfel recorded individual wins for the Knights in the dual meet with the host Indians.

Kaneland 54, St. Francis 20: At Marengo, among the winners for the Knights were Scholl, Alex Gochis, Grabowski, Kyle Rogers, Jack Gruber, Christian Duffing, Ariola, Max Pietak and Diaz.

DeKalb 64, Hononegah 8: At Rockton, the Barbs finished the regular season with a 20-2 record after the dominating nonconference win.

Sycamore 56, Woodstock 16: At Sycamore, Lincoln Cooley needed only 20 seconds to record a pin for the Spartans in the win.

Thomas Lind, Jaden Cochran, Gus Cambier, Zack Crawford, Cooper Bode and Gable Carrick also recorded pins. Tyler Lockhart and Cole Kleiser also got wins for Sycamore.

Sycamore 45, Wheaton North 30: At Sycamore, Cooley, Michael Olson, Lockhart, Lind, Jonathan Buckheister, Cambier and Crawford got pins for the Spartans.

Carrick also picked up a win for Sycamore.

Girls Basketball

Ottawa 52, Kaneland 33: At Ottawa, a big third quarter by the host Pirates turned a two-point halftime advantage for the Knights into a deep deficit in the Interstate 8 Conference contest. Kaneland (11-13, 7-5 I-8) was outscored 21-3 in the third quarter.

Hinckley-Big Rock 75, IMSA 18: At Hinckley, Devin Werner led the Royals with 15 points, and Kylee Hellebrand added 14 for HBR (17-9, 5-2 Little Ten).

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